The pressure to meet up to the society’s standard of beauty has marred the confidence of many women, as a result, a Nigerian, UK-based presenter, Chidera, created the hashtag #SAGGYBOOBSMATTER for inclusivity.
Chidera, who has a natural saggy boob, has always advised women like her not to be bothered about what people think of their body.
Excited about the post, a fan said, “I’ve needed this hashtag my entire life. Thank you for making it.”
I created the hashtag #SAGGYBOOBSMATTER because women are shamed when their bodies don’t appease the male gaze. Saggy boobs are underrepresented. Being under represented makes you feel alien to society. This fosters insecurities in people who don’t have the mental strength to see value in themselves beyond other people’s standards.
Responding to #SAGGYBOOBSMATTERwith ‘all boobs matter’ is absurd, as this erases and silences the issue at hand here. If all boobs mattered, all boobs would be equally represented.